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🔗Cultural Resources Technician

  • Full Time
  • Eagle, ID
  • $20.00 - $21.00 USD / Hour
  • June 15, 2023
  • Department: Cultrual Resource Department
  • Job Summary: This is a entry level position assisting in compiling cultural resource documentation in compliance with the section 106. Duties include assisting in field work, and basic GIS mapping.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Minimum of a Bachelors Degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Architectural History, Public History, or Planning with an emphasis in Cultural Reources/Historic Preservation, valid driver’s license, PC skills, and MS Office knowledge/skills, especially Word and Excel.
    • Candidate must have demonstrated writing skills.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Knowledge of federal and state regulations and guidelines pertaining to cultural resources, in particular Section 106 compliance.
    • Candidates must be able to lift 35-lbs and, when needed, work in open terrain outdoors regardless of weather conditions.
    • Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record without restrictions.

    Prefered Qualifications:

    • Completion of an accredited archaeological field school or demonstrative equivalent.
    • Knowledge and/or experience with relational database management and GIS mapping software.
    • Demonstrated experience writing and preparing cultural resources technical reports.
  • How to Apply:

    Please apply through our position page, or email a resume to with the subject line “Cultural Resources Technician.”


    *Note: Our Indeed position is listed as an “Archaeologist Technician,” however the position is open to any related educational disciplines including, anthropology, architectural history, public history, or planning with an emphasis in cultural reources/historic preservation

  • Job benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Flexible schedule, Health insurance, Health savings account, Paid time off, Professional development assistance
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Must be able to lift 35-lbs and, when needed, and work in open terrain outdoors regardless of weather conditions. Position includes some fieldwork; however, majority of work will be done in the office.
  • Contact Name: Dave Aizpitarte
  • Application Email:
  • Application URL:
  • Application Phone #: 208-939-1022

Website Bionomics Environmental

Bionomics Environmental, Inc. specializes in environmental regulatory compliance studies concerning cultural resources, environmental impacts, environmental programs, wildlife biology, noise impacts, wetlands delineations and mitigation, water quality, natural resources and hazardous waste.

Job Description:

This is a entry level position assisting the client in a variety of disciplines and compiling cultural resource documentation in compliance with Section 106. Duties include assisting in field work, gathering cultural resource data for interpretation and/or to maintain regulatory compliance standards in cultural resource areas. Position includes some fieldwork; however, majority of work will be done in the office.

  • Provide technical support to the Cultural Resource Department, including compiling and preparing cultural resources technical reports.
  • Prefered experience includes documenting and evaluating a variety of historic resources; conducting research and field surveys; preparing historic contexts, property descriptions, inventory forms, and National Register evaluations; and working with clients and project managers on Section 106 compliance, various cultural resource projects, and mitigation.
  • Field inventory, monitoring, evaluative testing, and site mitigation within the state Idaho, and potential surrounding states.
  • Travel, when required, will be to support staff as needed and do field checks depending on project location and scale.
  • Office-based work will be set up in the Eagle office with a flexible schedule.
  • Additional travel can be required to support business and professional development.

Bionomics offers the following optional benefits: Medical, Financial Benefits, Health Savings Account, 401K, sick leave and vacation.

Bionomics Environmental has provided services in environmental and cultural resource consulting for almost 30 years in the Intermountain area. We retain specialized, highly trained staff who are dedicated to fulfilling each client’s project requirements. Bionomics Environmental is registered as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) in the state of Idaho and continues to excel in environmental and cultural resource consulting.

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